In 18, Lowrance Electronics won the International Marine Trade Exhibition and Convention (IMTEC) Electronics Innovation Award for the world's finest new electronics product of the year.
The new Interphase MPC 2000 is a Windows-5/8-based personal computer designed to handle the tough marine environment.
The 2 5/8-inch gauges boast large, easy-to-read graphics as do matching 5-inch liquid-filled speedometer and tachometer.
CMAP-NT navigational software includes information about nearby ports and facilities.
DOA's soft plastic lures make great plugs for tarpon.
Teleflex Marine introduces Fog-Free Gauges, specially designed for optimum clarity and performance in humid marine environments.
Garmin's new eTrex handheld GPS is compact with a capital "C."
Connecting marine electronics to this NMEA 2000 network is as easy as riding a bus. Teleflexs MagicBus system provides a digital backbone of useful information that can be shared by all connected...
Supply your electric trolling motor with industrial-strength power.
No so very long ago, making a telephone call from far offshore cost a fortune. You needed to buy a single-sideband radio, then install it in your boat (not an easy affair with the special wiring...
The new software package predicts tides and currents from Maine to Mexico.
Furuno's new 6-inch radar is intended for smaller boats.
There are only two things to confuse a prospective depth sounder purchaser: buying the proper unit and using it correctly.
Understanding the way a sonar's transducer works is key to optimizing the system's performance.
The company that won the NMEA award for best vector charts for the third year in a row has just redesigned its entire North American portfolio of charts.